Irish low-cost airline Ryanair’s Austrian subsidiary Lauda will launch Tel Aviv – Vienna daily flights from October 27, according to Globes. Formerly owned by Austrian racing driver Niki Lauda, the carrier was acquired by Ryanair in January and the introduction of Tel Aviv – Vienna flights is part of a major expansion by Lauda, which includes the launch of 21 new routes.

Lauda will compete on the Tel Aviv – Vienna route against El Al Israel Airlines Ltd., Austrian Airlines, and Wizz Air.

One-way flight fares with hand baggage only start from €37.